Grateful Dead Live at Capital Centre on 1990-03-15
Jack Straw, Sugaree, Easy To Love You, Walkin' Blues, Althea, Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues, Tennessee Jed, Cassidy, Don't Ease Me In
China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Samson & Delilah, Terrapin Station-> Jam-> Drums-> Jam-> I Will Take You Home-> Wharf Rat-> Throwing Stones-> Not Fade Away, E: Revolution
This date is featured on Terrapin Limited
This show occurred on Phil Lesh's 50th birthday. The last Easy to Love You was performed on 9/3/80, and the last Revolution was performed on 11/8/85.
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Capital CentreLocation Landover, MDSource Unknown Mic > Unknown Deck > Marantz PMD 430 Tapers Section Floor section 128, row FF, seat 12; Master Cassettes > SB Audigy(line in) > Adobe Audition @24bit/44.1Khz. Adobe Audition: Noise Reduction, fade ins/outs, pop/click eliminator, 16bit. CDwave: tracking. Trader's little Helper: md5, ffp, flacsTaped by LaPorte
+ first Easy to Love You since 9/3/80
# first Revolution since on 11/8/85
$ Althea appears on "Without a Net"
* drop after tom thumb blues
% taped was paused after NFA before encore.
(1) First flip after Althea. analog tape drags for about a minute of crowd noise before tom thumb blues.
(2) Second flip after Jam. A few seconds of drums are missing.
(3) third flip at end of Throwing stones. A few seconds are missing. NFA and Revolution were recorded after 1st set on side B.
First set recorded on Maxell XLII-90, Second Set recorded on Maxell MX-90.
December 17, 2012
first show ever for me!
thans to my old friend chris laporte for recoding the show had that cassete for years!what a night!
August 9, 2012
Fun AUD, Heavy Crowd Noise
The first thing to say about this AUD is, LOUD!!! The instruments, the vocals, the crowd, the reverb, it is all very loud. The considerable crowd noise is not enough to overtake the very clear instrument/vocals. If you're looking for a recording that really delivers on how the crowd reacted to this epic concert in real time, this is the one. I'd guess a good chunk of fans may find this a bit overwhelming. I think its outstanding. #2 out of the 4 AUDs imo. To be fair though, its probably in a tie with the Nak300 source. The two recordings are about as different as it gets, so it will really come down to personal AUD preference.